Technically Incorrect: Despite the football team claiming to have science on its side, its quarterback is suspended for four games for "probably" demanding deflated footballs.
None too happy about the Deflategate scandal, one Indianapolis man launches a Kickstarter campaign to 3D-print a new Super Bowl ring for the New England Patriots.
Technically Incorrect: Still fighting a four-game suspension of their quarterback, the Patriots create a Web site to counter what they say is the NFL's dismissal of scientific evidence about ball deflation.
With a key, spying-related section of the Patriot Act up for reauthorization, tech heavyweights team up with other groups in outlining "essential" changes to US surveillance policies.
Technically Incorrect: Bill Belichick says he's not a scientist, but he offers a scientific reason why his team's footballs weren't at regulation pressure when Pats beat Colts to head to Super Bowl.
A "warrant canary" stating that Apple has "never received an order" under the Patriot Act is missing from its latest two reports -- suggesting such demands have been made.
Last year, Google was accused of a lack of patriotism in a doodle. However, for Veterans Day, it offers a simple, large depiction of a Veterans Day parade.
Amazon says if the US agency won't play, its drone operations will end up overseas. We'll see whether that threat gets off the ground.
The Patriot Aero is a fast and competent mobile drive that unfortunately doesn't have enough new features to make it stand out.
A luxury phone company doubles up on questionable taste by gold-plating an iPhone 5S and emblazoning it with Vladimir Putin's face.